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Pending Advice > 1 May : A World Aflame - Illuminating new perspectives on the Great War


Contact the organisers closer to the time to know if this event is going ahead or not.   70 million men served in the First World War. Countless millions more lives were affected, whether through munitions production, medical services or familial ties. This FREE student-run conference will bring together current research on non-military histori…

POSTPONED : A Time to Die and a Time to Live: Lives Lost and Saved in France and Flanders 1914-1918 by Tom Scotland


Initially scheduled for 23 April this event will now take place on 7 May.  Tom Scotland's talk will look at the advances in medical treatment that enable the soldier of 1918 a much better survival rate than those of the earlier war years. Tom Scotland is a retired orthopaedic surgeon with a long-time interest in the Great War. He has written a nu…

Members' Afternoon 2023


Our annual Members' Afternoon will be on Sunday, 8th January 2023 at 14.00. A selection of talks has been offered by members and it includes: Ross Beadle - 'Who killed Captain Duncan Martin? 9th Devons on 1st July 1916 – Plasticine models, poets, ‘lions led by donkeys’…and all that’  Paul Cobb - 'Repairs and Replacements - the AIF process for ma…